STEP Support Officer
STEP is a school-based individualised physical literacy program used to improve academic attainment, wellbeing, fundamental physical skills and behaviour in Primary students. This is an excellent opportunity for a qualified teacher to work on an innovative and exciting new project to improve development outcomes for learning within a Primary setting.
Experience working as a qualified teacher in the UK, preferably within a Primary setting.
Passionate about improving outcomes for school learners
Understanding of pupil progress and school data
Confident in producing reports
Confident in speaking to members of Senior Leadership and SENCOs.
Ability to present or deliver training
Experience working with SEN students and those with additional needs would be beneficial.
The main purpose of the role is to provide support to Primary schools in the London and surrounding areas who are enrolled in the STEP Programme, ensuring best practice delivery and maximum outcomes for the pupils taking part.
You will assist with the implementation of the STEP Programme in schools, provide ongoing and refresher training to both qualified teachers and LSAs, quality assurance, and facilitate data collection/progress reporting within the region. You will be the front facing relationship manager for schools within the London region
The role further involves connecting with new schools in the region, to share the results of the STEP Programme in London and encourage new uptake and, where required, also speaking at relevant education events.
Internal administrative meetings, knowledge development and learning enhancement.
Implementation of the STEP Programme in London and surrounding schools, working with head teacher, senior leadership and SEN departments to ensure appropriate delivery model is developed and target pupils are selected
To monitor pupil progress in STEP schools, collect and monitor data as required. To provide support to schools and ensure the standard of delivery remains high.
Applications from experience teachers and those new to the profession are welcome and we would particularly like to hear from those with experience working with SEN pupils in a SENCO role or similar.
Must be a confident user of Microsoft Word and Outlook.
Should have basic knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Powerpoint.
Laptop will be provided and training given on all other software requirements.